2014 roberto voerzio, barolo, la serra
Why We're Buying
Perfection can't be rushed. When it comes to achieving juicy, soulful, and refined flavors, Roberto Voerzio Barolo La Serra requires at least five years of aging to reach its full expression. Investors who held this wine from 2017 to 2021 have earned a 35.3% return on investment in that time.
The 2014 La Serra is another knockout wine from Roberto Voerzio. La Serra is a site that tends to produce nervous, slightly angular wines. In 2014, though, Voerzio manages to temper some of that tannic edge. Dark cherry and plum fruit are nicely rendered in this surprisingly silky, unctuous Barolo. Blood orange, spice, menthol and licorice grow in the glass as the wine's upper register begins to emerge over time. This is a remarkably harmonious young Barolo.
A very fine and aromatic red with strawberries, flowers and lemons. Tight and focused with firm, silky tannins. A long, bright finish with a pretty backbone of fine tannins. Drink in 2020 and onwards.